We’ve collected the best Tzipi Livni Quotes. Use them as an inspiration.
Supporting the war on terror is not an anti-Palestinian act. It is anti-terror.
Israel needs to change direction, and this is not just political. We’re becoming more closed-in, more isolated, more scared. Those who talk tough are making the State of Israel very weak, very isolated – very Jewish, in the Diaspora-sense, in that ‘everyone is against us.’ We need to get out of this.
There is a mutual interest between Israel and the United States of America. It is more than friendship – it is friendship plus mutual interest, and it is bipartisan.
I was by Ariel Sharon‘s side on the day it was decided to form Kadima. It was founded in aim to create a government of hope and responsibility.
Democracy is not only the right to vote, it is also about not resorting to violence in order to reach political goals and respecting agreements signed by former governments.
You know how my mother and father met? In a train robbery!
Without strong Arab backing, it will be hard, if not impossible, for a Palestinian leader to reach peace with Israel.
There is an intimacy and trust that is needed between leaders, between their assistants and advisers. Usually, you have the real substance behind closed doors; and the press conferences, you have niceties, nice photo ops.
The role of a leader is to create a reality and not to be influenced by polls.
My ideology is not connected to the Palestinians.
We must draw a distinction between understanding and supporting Israel’s values and existence, and criticising any Israeli government’s policy.
A romantic relationship requires honesty between a couple.
The last thing that Israel needs is to be part of the internal agenda in the United States between Republicans and Democrats.
I was born in Israel. My parents came in 1925.
I am good at persuading people. In convincing the other, I try to start from their point of view so it’s easier for me to find a common denominator.
Sept. 11 was a shock to the whole world.
Mr. Obama‘s call to support genuine democracy has implications for the kinds of elections the international community promotes and endorses.
Israel has a problem not because of the perception that the entire world is against us, but because of the government’s problematic policies.
The capacity to influence radical groups can diminish significantly once they are viewed as indispensable coalition partners and are able to intimidate the electorate with the authority of the state behind them.
We are fighting to keep Israel a democracy – not just in terms of its electoral system but also in terms of its values.
Israel is part of the free world led by the United States, no matter what.
Sinai is demilitarized in accordance with the Israel-Egypt peace agreement.